Articles by HiMY SYeD
Dynamic and visual presentations investigating global market trends and phenomenon currently playing out on ‘city stages’.
Featured local and international delegates to this week’s re:Address Housing Conference being held in Vancouver:
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson opens re:Address Week.
Tonight's #readdresshousing event about to begin… Waiting for The Mayor to show up… | #vanpoli #Vancouver pic.twitter.com/NoOITJxo4z
— HïMY SYeD (@HiMYSYeD) 25 October 2016
"Great to see such a strong turnout …
Mixed-Use Woodward’s Project proved
Vancouver CAN build Social Housing where once was “Impossible”
Can Gentrify it too.
The first full weekend in May 2016 will be the 10th Anniversary of Jane’s Walk.
Jane’s Walks are neighbourhood level walking tours self-organized by everyday people.
This year also marks what would have been Jane …
Jane’s Walk is an a Free Walking Festival happening city-wide during first weekend in May 2015.
Ahead of the Festival Weekend, a number of Free “Jane’s Talk” Presentations are being held around the city at different …
According to Michele Acuto, we have to start studying the impact that cities and those who govern them are having on global security. That’s because their ‘proximity’ to today’s security challenges is making them increasingly important actors in this domain.
Toronto City Councillors Paul Ainslie (Ward 43), Shelley Carroll (Ward 33), Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27) were the panel discussion moderated by community member, Claire Crossley.
It was live-tweeted by @PaisleyRae.
This panel offered insights into how these particular Toronto Councillors use social media to engage with the community both inside & outside Toronto City Hall. This discussion concluded with a Q & A with the Councillors.
Every year since the first Jane’s Walk weekend in 2007, I’ve lead Jane’s Walks around Toronto.
This year, I’m in San Francisco and became the local Jane’s Walk City Organizer leading three walks this weekend:
The Jane …
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford proclaimed today, Tuesday November 27 2012, as Toronto Argonauts Day in The City of Toronto.